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Just another critter off my desk and on to the display area.  these are fun and relatively quick paints and I find myself a lot more willing to experiment with painting styles and other things.  This however was just a quick job of a cute but very small critter.

 

Let me know your thoughts and thanks for looking!

 

 

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What a COOL Little Critter!  Your SPLENDID brushwork brings out all the character of the piece. TERRIFIC WORK!

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A little over a half inch high. The base is a 25mm circle if that helps. The biggest issue was the eyes. I just wasn't able to get in there to do much. The fur and wing structure were exceptionally well defined.

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